New Car and Motorcycle Enthusiast Web Site, Ignition-Nation.com Launches

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New dynamic web site for car and motorcycle enthusiasts launches with everything from social network functions to events and related news. This total enthusiast resource will offer one-stop services for all social, information and marketing related to the Motorcycle and car industries.

I am excited to have this opportunity to be part of this company

New dynamic web site launches for car and motorcycle enthusiasts called http://www.ignitionnation.com. Ignition Nation was created to bring the world together through the one true universal love - Cool Cars and Motorcycles.

Whether visitors are into to Cars or Motorcycles, the site will connect them to people with the same interests. Everything from Café Racers, Hot Rods, Lead Sleds, NASCAR, Quarter Mile, Performance Cars, Muscle Cars, Formula, Harley Davidson, Indian, Choppers, Bobbers, Motocross, Metric, etc…the site will connect users with fellow enthusiasts who can trade information or tips, buy and sell rides and parts and find out everything they need to enjoy their hobby even more.

Tom Curran explains, "From car shows to Daytona bike week, from cross-country rides to cruise night, users can find the information they need at the site and make connections, plan and book their trips and tell everyone about it. Users may share pictures, videos, information and make new friends or even reconnect to old ones. The site shares the latest related industry news and offers users the opportunity to blog about things that matter to them."

For builders, clubs and businesses, the site provides quick, easy connections to share and sell their products and services, expand their visibility, build their fan base, customers or members, drive their popularity and boost their profits. Through search and ranking features, the sites users can build credible, measurable, bankable results that can become a strong marketing tool.

For enthusiasts, this site offers unparalleled connection to the world's most famous custom builders and industry legends. Users may follow their favorites and explore new talents and get news on industry happenings. They can enjoy pictures, videos and information and buy products and merchandise. Shop for a ride or even sell one. Get connected to builders, clubs and business web sites, blogs and upcoming events. Users search by builder, business, club or event name, category, geographic area, appearance/event dates and more. Most importantly, users can connect with their fellow enthusiasts: people who share their same interests and passions. Ignition Nation gives users the tools needed to form interest groups, make new friends, share information or learn new things and rate and discuss events, builders, products and places.

The site was created by Tom Curran and Les Schachter, two fun-loving, carbon-monoxide breathing, combustible guys who were looking for a way to share their passion with all the other roadies, drivers, enthusiasts and fun folks out there.

Recently, Jenni Farley was named spokesperson and Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for http://www.IgnitionNation.com. Jenni will be developing new channels for marketing as well as all live appearances at national motorcycle rallies and car shows. "I am excited to have this opportunity to be part of this company" said Jenni, "I have a tremendous amount of freedom to help build the site into a major enterprise with my own ideas. I have been given the reigns to market the site and to be an active part of all tactical site decisions."

Jenni will appear in ads, posters, commercials and displays for the site as well as her picture signings and site demonstrations at events. To see more of Jenni, look her up on the site http://www.ignitionnation.com.

The trio will be working to forge relationships with industry publications, events and organizations to help propel the site forward and provide a total resource for all things cars and motorcycles.

For more information on http://www.ignitionnation.com, visit the site or contact Tom Curran 631-286-1979

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